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Did you catch the newest episode of the Emerging Civil War Podcast last week? Since Kevin Pawlak and Chris Mackowski talked about McClellan’s last weeks in command, we thought it would be a great time to pull some “McClellan focused … Continue reading
Union General George McClellan is a controversial figure in Civil War history, and November 5 marked the anniversary of his final removal from command in 1862. He’s been the source of history jokes ever since, but more recently has been … Continue reading
In the podcast episode that released last week, Dan Welch and Charlie Knight talked about New Market, Little Billy Mahone, the Crater, and more. Today, we’ve collected posts from our archives about those topics to add to the discussion. If … Continue reading
And it’s podcast release day… In our newest episode of the Emerging Civil War podcast, Dan Welch talks with Charlie Knight about New Market, Little Billy Mahone, the Crater, and more. This recording was produced live from the Douglas MacArthur … Continue reading
Last week a new episode of the ECW podcast released. Dan Welch had a chat about a variety of historical topics with author and historian Brian Steel Wills. We’ve combed through the archives and found a few articles related to … Continue reading
Emerging Civil War’s Dan Welch goes on location to speak with historian and author Brian Steel Wills in the newest episode of the podcast! Catch the conversation and enjoy…
Following up on the Sixth Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge, ECW’s Chief Historian, Chris Kolakowski, and Editor-in-Chief, Chris Mackowski, offer their perspectives on “Forgotten Battles” in the newest episode of the ECW Podcast.
April 1862. Confederate leadership. Braxton Bragg – the odd man out. Today, we’ve collected some blog posts from our archives to pair with the new podcast from last week. Did you have a chance to hear Chris M. and Chris … Continue reading
In April 1862, Confederate command in Tennessee consisted of a constellation of stars—and Braxton Bragg. Chris Mackowski and Chris Kolakowski discuss the rock stars and the odd man out in our newest podcast!
Hey, did you catch the update that we have another FREE podcast episode for you this month? That’s right. It released last week, and you’ll get to listen in on a great discussion with Chris Kolakowski and Chris Mackowski as … Continue reading